Glasgow head coach Sean Lineen has praised the efforts of lock forward Tim Barker in the Warriors charge up the Celtic League table.
A bonus point victory over Cardiff moved Glasgow into second place in the table, significantly higher than Scottish rivals Edinburgh.
Max Evans, who made his Scotland debut in the final Autumn Test against Canada, was named man of the match after he scored two of the Warriors’ four tries.
Mark McMillan, in the Scotland squad for the Autumn Tests, opened the try scoring while Lome Fa’atu also crossed as Lineen’s men ran out easy winners.
Lineen said: “It all starts with the front five and a guy I’d like to single out is Tim Barker.
“He’s worked very hard during the Autumn international period and got over the gain line every time.
“Second in the league might be a little foreign to us, but Glasgow is an exciting place to be right now. The guys could now either get a bit dizzy or just say ‘right, we're on to something special here’.”